Time-geography – at the end of its beginning

@article{Lenntorp1999TimegeographyA,
  title={Time-geography – at the end of its beginning},
  author={Bo Lenntorp},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={1999},
  volume={48},
  pages={155-158}
}
Let me start by presenting a short 'definition' of the main subject of this essay. Time-geography constitutes a foundation for a general geographical perspective. It represents a new structure of thought under development, which attempts to consolidate the spatial and temporal perspectives of different disciplines on a more solid basis than has thus far taken place. Time-geography is not a subject area per se, or a theory in its narrow sense, but rather an attempt to construct a broad structure… 
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